Hillsboro Healthcare Clinic PA Jennifer Davidson, mom Averi Harris, APRN Shannon Hoffer, dad Erik Harris, Jamari Harris, CFO Bryan Coffey, and Marketing Manager Kymberley Harper. Hillsboro Healthcare Clinic had an opportunity to give a $1,000 donation to a local Hillsboro High School student and running back for Hillsboro High School, Jamari Harris. He was one out of five players in the entire state that was invited to the Blue-Grey All American Bowl Football game on Dec. 20.
According to bluegreyfootball.com, Blue-Grey Football was established in 1989 and the founders were Gus Bell and his son Erik Bell. Together, they established the brand to help prep prospects from all over the country receive national exposure and increase their chances to secure scholarships to a college, whether that be at the NCAA Division I level, Div. II or III, also NAIA or Junior College. Fast forward, and today, Blue-Grey Football proudly hosts All-American Combines (Regional and Super levels) located at venues all over the country, with most of them taking place inside stadiums and practice facilities that are home to teams from the NFL.
Harris played on Dec. 20, at 1 p.m. CST at the Dallas Cowboy’s AT&T Stadium. Harris was the only student in the entire state from a non-A school to be selected. Both Dr. Erb & Shannon Hoffer, APRN take care of Harris’s health needs with the clinic’s collaborative health model.
Shannon Hoffer, APRN said “It’s exciting to see a patient’s family thrive not only in the clinic but at school and in the community. This young man represents 1 in 5 chosen in the state of Kansas to play in the Blue-Grey All American Bowl in Dallas, TX. The staff here at Hillsboro Healthcare Clinic couldn’t be more proud of this running back, Jamari Harris!”